Regal Executive Villas

Address: Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Newcastle, is near Blackbutt Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

The Sewer Shark! An Unforgettable Day in Newie

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Oct 17, 2014

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... we affectionately named "the sewer". Not somewhere you'd normally stop but as we crossed the bridge over it we noticed with some surprise that it was full of fish. We stopped to discuss how fish could be living in it and I actually joked it looked like a place someone would dump a dead body. It was then I spotted what to this day I'm positive was a small shark, so we moved to the side of "the sewer" to get a better look. Unfortunately because of the glare ...

Going Solo: The East Coast

A travel blog entry by emjhadley on May 31, 2014

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... good company and conversation. What was I so nervous about? It was easy! Just go and sit with people and start talking to them. Simple. The first hurdle had been overcome. I'd done it once and I was ready to carry on meeting more people and having a good time. Two French girls had also moved into my room, so the time for being alone had come to an end. After a little day at the beach, wandering around and chilling out I'd made plans to travel to the next stop, Port Macquarie, with ...

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A travel blog entry by wilders2014 on Mar 27, 2014

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... Ruby, an endearing Chihuahua who spent a lot of time with us and Donnie the cat, a big cat. We had a wonderful couple of days in this "backyard" setting and could not have asked for more. We used the time to walk the nearby rugged Shelly Beach, get some laundry done which dried under the Australian sun and just be. After a couple of days it was time for Barry to head back to Sydney to finish the house sit there and for me to go to the Newcastle area, so off we went in ...

Time for more family

A travel blog entry by ellenlouise on Mar 16, 2014

... on the one of them main road north which missed the main city and although I was a bit nervous took my time and got through to the northern parts of Sydney without a hitch. I could see very dark storm clouds building up and quickly stopped at a servo to go to the toilet then try and get out of the city before the rain hit. No such luck. I was only the road a couple of minutes and down the rain came. It bucketed down similar to the storms of ...

Not as dull as Jack said...

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Jan 29, 2014

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... day!). We walked to the CBD and had a look at an exhibit in the Art Gallery (good piece of art inside, a large egg on top of a nest outside). We had a look at the Civic Centre and he library then went to the Museum to look round (after we went through the Town Hall and Theatres). They had a very good display in the Museum on the Steel Industry that made Newcastle famous. There were some good interactive displays too that explained magnetism and motion. ...

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